On January 8, KGF star Yash is celebrating his 37th birthday. On this occasion, the production company that made KGF, Hombale Films has given a hint that they will also bring KGF 3 in the coming time. According to reports, Hombale Films founder Vijay Kirangandur says that he will release the third part of KGF by 2025.
At present, the director of the film Prashant Neel is busy with the making of ‘Salar’, after which he will start working on KGF 3. Vijay also says that he will make KGF in five parts and it is also possible that the lead hero will be replaced after the fifth part.
According to media reports, Vijay Kirangandur has said that it is not possible for the film to go on floors in the next two years as Prashant Neel is currently working on other projects like Salaar. When he is free, he will be engaged in the next part of KGF.
Vijay also says that in the coming times, someone other than Yash will be seen in the role of Rocky Bhai, the lead hero of the film. He has said that just like the lead hero keeps changing in the James Bond series, it is possible that after the fifth part another actor may be seen in the role of Rocky Bhai.
Yash had worked in 9 films before doing KGF but he got real stardom from the 2018 film KGF. This film made him a superstar. His character Rocky Bhai started ruling in the hearts of people. The film had a collection of Rs 250 crores. With this film, Kannada cinema got recognition across the country.
After this, the KGF chapter that came in 2022 gave Yash worldwide popularity. Made in 100 crores, this film had a worldwide collection of 1200 crores. It is at number three in India’s worldwide highest-grossing films. At the same time, it is the second highest grossing film in India.
At the time of the release of KGF-2, people took to the streets in the South. Tickets were being sold in black, there were cutouts of Yash outside the theatre. Aarti of Yash’s cutout was being performed amidst drums and drums, while in some parts his milk anointing was also performed. Crazy fans were so eager to watch the film in Bangalore that the police had to lathicharge to control the crowd.